Editor's Note: Originally published on June 18 at 7:31 a.m.
UPDATED: 8:18 a.m. June 19:
A 3-car crash happened on Central Street at Lowther Road at 7:19 a.m. on June 18.
Vehicle one, driven by a woman, 34, allegedly failed to yield when turning left onto Lowther Road colliding with vehicle two which was headed eastbound on Central Street, driven by a woman, 29, explained Framingham Police Lt. Stephen Cronin. Both vehicles had passengers in their vehicle under age 14.
The impact of the crash caused both vehicles 1 and 2 to be pushed into vehicle 3, which was stationary on Lowther Road waiting to exit onto Central Street, explained Lt. Cronin. Vehicle 3 was driven by a male, 52, and he had no passengers.
An ambulance was dispatched. The drivers and passengers, both under the age 14, were checked and parents declined transport, said Cronin.
Tow trucks were requested.
Lt. Cronin, said the driver of vehicle one was being cited for failure to yield to oncoming traffic.
UPDATED at 8:20 a.m.: Framingham High principal mike Welch said the crash involved a teacher and another driver. No teens were in the cars.
There is a report of a 3-car crash at Central Street and Lowther Road this morning just before 7:30.
Report of airbags deployed and possible teens in the cars. Injuries unknown at this time.
Fire and police are on the scene.
Framingham Patch will update when we have more information.